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Unhappy with autopsy report, Raudha's father to file case

  • Published at 12:54 am April 7th, 2017
Unhappy with autopsy report, Raudha's father to file case
Maldivian model and medical student Raudha Athif's father Mohammad Athif on Thursday said he will file a case over the death of his daughter since he is not satisfied with her autopsy report. Mohammad revealed the matter to reporters after talking to the authorities of Islami Bank Medical College in Rajshahi and autopsy team. Mohammad said: “I asked them some important questions, but they failed to give me any satisfactory answer. As I said earlier, there was something mysterious behind the death.” According to him, Raudha had phoned them the night before March 29. She sounded perfectly normal, but was found dead the next morning. He asked how the medical college authorities had brought down her hanging body without breaking open the door of her room and that too before police reached the scene. Mohammad, also a doctor, claimed there were no marks of injury on her neck, which he thinks should have been there since she hanged from a ceiling fan. “Instead, there were some finger impressions on her neck,” he said. Considering all the relevant matters, he had already started the process to file a case. Meanwhile, two Maldivian police officials have arrived in Rajshahi on Monday and separately talked with the medical college authorities over the death. Raudha was buried on Saturday in Rajshahi after the autopsy report ruled her death a suicide. Raudha was born on May 18, 1996. The 21-year-old’s body was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan in her dorm room on March 29. She had been living at the college dorm since January 14, 2016. She was on the cover of Vogue India magazine in October 2016.